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Description: The Vicar's Cottages and Boundary Wall to North Including Disused Pump
Date Listed: 8 June 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 126239
OS Grid Reference: SP1532839414
OS Grid Coordinates: 415328, 239414
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0529, -1.7779
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The Vicar's Cottages
[Nos 1 to 6(consec)]
and boundary wall to
SP 1539 SW 9/179
Circa 1844. Cottage Row built for Canon Kennaway in almshouse style to accommodate
his outdoor staff. Coursed rubble with low pitch slate roof. Two storeys, 6 windows
to whole, lozenge paned cast-iron 2 light casements with drip moulds over. Paired
plain doors with drip mould, sunk panels with drip mould above, the central one with
coat of arms. Rubble ridge stacks. The boundary wall to north is about 6 ft high
and 25 yds long. Close to No 1 is a set back with disused cast-iron pump. Arched
doorway with label to left of centre.
Listing NGR: SP1532739405
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Source: English Heritage
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